Me and my husband had a quiet dinner. I've ordered pad-thai. Was delicious! Great service as well. Recommended!
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This restaurant is a place you can find good authentic Thai food. The service staff was friendly and attentive, he even topped up our water a few times without us asking. It is not difficult to find this restaurant. Prices are reasonable going by Norway's...More
We had a very nice dinner at this place tonight - portions are not huge but they are very tasty! Pricewise, and for Norwegian standards, it is actually reasonable. We would definitely go back!
I’m a little picky when it comes to Thai food, but this was fantastic! I had Thai fish cakes and panang curry. I highly recommend both.
I was surprised that this place was quite good. Really authentic tasting Thom Kha, and pad Thai wasn't bad either. Yum Woon Sen was spicier than I have experienced in other places (Thai med/hot), and I couldn't eat it. But overall good service even while...More
Had 2 meals during our visit to Bergen. Food was tasty and good. We had the fried chicken, Tom Yam soup, Fried Fish, Beef curry, Pad Thai noodle. All very original. In Norway, prices of a dish range between 150k to 200k. On average for...More
The king of Thailand ( or some other country) welcomes you when you enter the Samrad restaurant (a large painting on the wall in the hallway). Don't judge the restaurant by the appearance of it, it looks like a that kareoke/sportsbar with a 70 inch...More
The price and food was ok. The rice was a bit oily. Had a Thai beer with the food that was nice. Not sure if I would go an eat there again.
After, I ate sausages ham and cheese for a while in scandinavia, and I tasted this thai food which’s increase more delicious thai food. Especially, chicken with green curry called “kang khaew-wan kai” with hot steamed rice that is the best couple.